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2013 - Fall

Hankamer School of Business (BU)

Business (BUS)


BUS 1101
Connect to Hankamer School Bus
1101   Connecting to the Hankamer School of Business
Prerequisite(s): Only open to pre-business majors.
   An introductory course designed to facilitate the transition of first-year business students to the Hankamer School of Business (HSB). The course will include expert panels, guest speakers, alumni, faculty, and student guests, and provide exposure to HSB programming, build relationships within HSB, enhance the opportunity for academic success, and connect students with HSB. Selected topics include: role of the HSB curriculum, success in the Business School, HSB programming, business majors, building a professional portfolio, introduction to career services, and the importance of networking.
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BUS 1201
Introduction to Business
1201   Introduction to Business
   An introductory course designed to increase the business and financial literacy of pre-business majors and lay a strong foundation for business ethics. Interactive, hands-on simulations and daily readings increase business and financial literacy. Working with the Baylor University Honor Code and various corporate codes of ethics improve both personal and professional ethics. Regular visits from Baylor alumni are a key component of the course.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BUS 3302
Pers Financial Decisions
3302   Personal Financial Decisions                                
   Basic personal financial management. Principal topics include personal financial statements (balance sheet and income statement); budgeting and cash management; responsible use of consumer credit; personal income taxes; types of personal insurance; investment alternatives; buying and financing major assets (home, automobiles, appliances); and estate planning. (This course will not count toward either BBA or BA-Business degree.)
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BUS 3303
Managerial Communication
3303  Managerial Communications                                  
   This course focuses on communication situations found in business and the work world. It is designed to help students become more successful in their professional lives. It incorporates the wide range of oral communication needed in our ever-growing diverse business and professional cultures. Topics of study and practice include improving presentation skills, overcoming communication apprehension, understanding the challenges of diverse cultures in the workforce, appreciating genderlect, using successful interpersonal skills, working in teams, developing leadership, preparing for ethical challenges, and participating in business dinner etiquette.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BUS 3310
Multinational Business
3310   Multinational Business                                      
   An interdisciplinary introduction to the unique problems and opportunities that face firms engaged in international business, from the point of view of the multinational firm doing business abroad. Special attention is given to the international environment. The course is taught only outside the United States.
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Baylor in London - FIE Program


BUS 3315
Integrated Bus Writing
3315   Integrated Business Writing                                
Prerequisite(s): ENG 1302 and 1304; or BIC 1323 and 1413.
   A foundation course in business communication. Topics include an examination of the theory base; the development of effective style; and strategic approaches to letters, memoranda, reports, and other workplace-related documents. Also included is the study of information technology that supports business research and reporting tasks.
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For students studying in Maastricht, The Netherlands


BUS 3345
Train/Dev in Bus & Industry
3345   Training and Development in Business and Industry    
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing.      
   This course focuses on corporate training and its application to professional and staff development within business and industry. Course content includes learning styles, theories, and processes with an emphasis on the practical application to corporate training needs. In small groups, students will assess a training need, design/develop a training activity, and then conduct an actual training session.
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BUS 3350
Christian Ethics in Bus
3350   Christian Ethics Applied to Business                        
   A study of how business decisions and actions incorporate ethical issues. Individuals, organizations, economic/political systems and societies are influenced in significant ways by the ethical principles they use when shaping decisions about how to conduct business. The course examines, from a Christian perspective, the ethical foundations, responsibilities, and consequences of business practices in our society. Study includes the use of case studies illustrating the application of ethical theory in situations that students will likely encounter in their careers.
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BUS 4380
Excel/Scholarship Team
4380   Business Excellence and Scholarship Team (BEST)            
Prerequisite(s): Consent of the BEST faculty executive board; not open to pre-business students.
   BEST is a two-semester program designed to provide an innovative educational experience for selected students in the business school. During the fall semester, students enrolled in BUS 4380 will engage in various activities in close association with numerous Hankamer Business School faculty and community leaders. Proposed activities include an international trip, plant tours, self assessments, career development exercises, and a weekend survival course. The second component of BEST involves enrollment in a special section of the business policy course (BUS 4385) during the spring.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BUS 4385
Strategic Management
4385   Strategic Management                                        
Prerequisite(s): FIN 3310; MKT 3305; MGT 3305 or AS 3301; and MGT 3325. Prerequisites must be successfully completed prior to enrolling in BUS 4385. May not be taken for graduate credit. Not open to PBUS students.
   An integrative capstone course in which materials and techniques are drawn from many disciplines. Areas examined in the course include strategy formulation, implementation, and control from the perspective of the manager. Specific themes throughout the course include interpretation of mission, goals and objectives; competitive analysis, matching the strategic direction of the firm to the organization structure; and the interface between strategy and employees. All topics are explored from both domestic and international firm perspectives.
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BUS 4395
Internship in Business
4395   Internship in Business                                      
Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor; not open to pre-business students.
   Supervised work in an area of business which corresponds with the student's major. Applications for and requirements of a particular internship are available from the department chair in the student's major.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
Baylor in London - FIE Program


BUS 4V98
Spec Studies in Business
4V98   Special Studies in Business                     1 to 3 sem. hrs.                        
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor and associate dean; not open to pre-business students.
   May be taken for one to three hours credit.
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BUS 4V98
Brand Management Seminar
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BUS 4V98
Spec Studies in Business
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BUS 5050
Graduate Business Colloquium
5050   Graduate Business Colloquium  
   Student's attendance at designated Hankamer School of Business sponsored speaker events is required to earn credit for this course. Events will be identified at the beginning of each semester.
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BUS 5111
Prof Career Dev 1st Sem Grad
5111   Professional Career Development for First Semester Graduate Students
   A one-hour, beginning, graduate career development course designed to enhance personal marketability by providing self-assessments, career passion discovery, career exploration and development experiences, and career resources to help prioritize and focus the student's specific internship and job search.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 11/04/2013
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BUS 5112
Prof Career Dev 2nd Sem Grad
5112   Professional Career Development for Second Semester Graduate Students
Prerequisite(s): BUS 5111.
   A one-hour graduate career development course designed to introduce personal accountability, networking skills, company/position analysis, job search strategy, interviewing skills, and negotiations to maximize the student's career development and personal marketability.
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Start Date: 08/28/2013; End Date: 11/06/2013
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Start Date: 08/28/2013; End Date: 11/06/2013


BUS 5199
Non-Thesis Degree Completion
5199   Non-Thesis Degree Completion
   To fulfill requirements for non-thesis master's students who need to complete final degree requirements other than coursework during their last semester.  This may include such things as a comprehensive examination, oral examination, or foreign language requirement. Students are required to be registered during the semester they graduate.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BUS 5201
In Res I:Managing in 21st C
5201   In Residence I: Managing in the 21st Century                    
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the executive MBA program.
   A full-time, one-week, in-residence course designed to engage students in orientation and team building activities. Small study groups are established, individual expertise is shared, computer and math skills are enhanced and specific course assignments are initiated.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BUS 5302
Res Ii:Internatl Bus/Pub Pol
5302   In Residence II: International Business and the Public      
Prerequisite(s): Policy Process Admission to the Executive MBA program.
   This one week in-residence experience exposes students to issues related to international business and public policy. Audiences with government officials and corporate leaders provide the participant with a global perspective on public policy and international trade issues and how they affect firm strategies. Participants focus on how these issues affect business operations in general and their organization specifically. Emphasis is on the reality of how international business is carried out and the reality of how international trade policy is developed and implemented versus textbook approaches.
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BUS 5390
Management Communication
5390   Management Communication
   Examines principles and strategies of effective management communication in the areas of audience analysis, ethics, cross-culture, crisis, interpersonal communication, and team dynamics. Provides techniques, skills, and strategies for overcoming communication barriers and for designing and delivering executive presentations. Provides instruction in preparing effective professional reports including research, drafting, revision, format, and documentation. Examines corporate and leadership communication topics including corporate responsibility, integrity and image, communicating with the media, change, principle-centered leadership, and web-based communication, with ample opportunities for application and feedback.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BUS 5395
The Focus Firm
5395   The Focus Firm                                            
Prerequisite(s): Admission to MBA program.
   This course integrates the content of previous courses through an in-depth analysis of the semester's Focus Firm company with attention to day-to-day operations as well as strategic issues. The course emphasizes the practical application of theoretical knowledge in an actual company facing current, challenging problems. Students will experience a team-centered approach to learning and selling their ideas. Participants will be involved in analyzing the Focus Firm company issues, presenting their solutions to faculty and company executives of the Focus Firm. Students will receive feedback from the company executives as well as faculty on their work.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BUS 5601
Integrated Mgt Seminar I
5601   Integrated Management Seminar I                            
Prerequisite(s): Graduate business student.
   The common body of knowledge in business administration comprising the following areas: a background of the concepts, processes and institutions in the financing of the business enterprise or other forms of organization; a background of the economic and legal environment as it pertains to profit and/or non-profit organizations along with ethical considerations and social and political influences as they affect such organizations and basic understanding of the concepts and applications of accounting, quantitative methods and statistics.
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BUS 5602
Integrated Mgt Seminar II
5602   Integrated Management Seminar II                            
Prerequisite(s): Graduate business student.
   The common body of knowledge in business administration comprising the following areas: a background of the concepts, processes and institutions in the financing of the business enterprise or other forms of organization; a background of the economic and legal environment as it pertains to profit and/or non profit organizations along with ethical considerations and social and political influences as they affect such organizations and basic understanding of the concepts and applications of accounting quantitative methods and statistics.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BUS 5V95
Internship in Business
5V95   Internship in Business                                              1 to 6 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Minimum of twelve hours of graduate credit.
   Three to six months of work experience in a domestic or international company. The work experience should be integrated into students' overall graduate program in such a way as to provide meaningful application of previously studied course material. A written report of the work experience shall be submitted to the director of the internship.
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BUS 5V98
Career Management
5V98   Special Studies in Business
Prerequisite(s): Instructor and departmental approval required.
   Individualized research or project in business. Students’ proposals for special study project must be approved by the supervising faculty member. Offered on demand with instructor and departmental approval required for one to six semester hours.
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BUS 5V98
Case Competition
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